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$776 million earmarked for urban and rural bus systems

A combined $776 million in federal funds is being earmarked for urban and rural transit providers in 45 states and the District of Columbia.

School districts renew, extend First Student contracts

More than 750 school districts nationwide have either renewed or extended their contracts with First Student.

Universities renew contracts with First Transit

Cincinnati, OH-based First Transit has renewed contracts with both Miami University and the University of Chicago.

Chicago bus crash under investigation

The Chicago Transit Authority is investigating a bus crash Saturday evening that left 37 people injured.

San Fran proposal would restrict tour buses

According to The San Francisco Chronicle, the city’s attorney has been asked by the president of the board of supervisors to create new tour-bus regulations.

North American Bus Industries unveils new Sirius bus

North American Bus Industries has launched the Sirius, a new transit bus specifically designed for the Hungarian market.

Luebke wins SCMA Associate of the Year award

The South Central Motorcoach Association has awarded its Associate of the Year award to Brenda Luebke, the leisure sales coordinator with the Little Rock Convention and Visitors Bureau.

Veolia accused of bad faith bargaining in Teamsters lockout

Veolia Transportation Services in Phoenix, AZ has been accused by the International Brotherhood of Teamsters Local 104 of bargaining in bad faith.

Prevost kicks off Evolution Tour

Hagerstown, MD was the site on Tuesday for the launch by Prevost of its Evolution Tour to highlight the 2010 D13 Volvo engine. The event took place at the Volvo Powertrain facility in Hagerstown.

APTA honors North American winners

The 2010 American Public Transportation Association’s annual awards honoring individuals and public transportation systems that have shown leadership and advanced transit in North America are announced.